Parnall Law Albuquerque Community Involvement
At Parnall Law Firm, LLC, we cherish our local community, and believe it’s imperative that we all do what we can to make it better.
Nothing matters more to us than Albuquerque and the beautiful state of New Mexico. It’s where our families work and go to school, where our friends catch up and build businesses, where children learn and grow and become the adults that keep our community strong.
It’s up to us to give back so that those that come after us can enjoy many of the same wonderful, culturally rich and academic experiences that helped make us who we are today. We believe in the idea of paying forward the support we have received to benefit others. From national to local, we are dedicated to building our community one organization, business, or school at a time.
Our goal is to build this list of organizations and schools that we support to great heights, and we hope you join us!
Mothers Against Drunk Driving fights to prevent drunk driving and drugged driving and provides services to the victims of impaired drivers.
Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico—
Roadrunner Food Banks is the largest food bank in New Mexico and distributes millions of pounds of food to food pantries, shelters, group homes, soup kitchens and four regional foodbanks to feed hungry people throughout the state.
The YMCA of Central New Mexico is the state’s largest provider of child care services, operates the largest youth sports program in Albuquerque, and promotes healthy living and a sense of social responsibility.
Make-a-Wish New Mexico
In the past 30 years, Make-A-Wish® New Mexico has granted more than 1,800 wishes to New Mexico children diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition.
New Mexico BioPark Society—
The BioPark Society is the non-profit support group that raises money for construction and renovation of exhibits to the Albuquerque Zoo, Aquarium, Botanic Garden and Tingley Beach.
Meals on Wheels Albuquerque—
Meals on Wheels Albuquerque, a non-profit group, delivers nutritious meals to the homebound each day, providing social interaction and a wellness check. Approximately 400 Meals on Wheel volunteers serve meals to approximately 500 people.
Located on the University of New Mexico campus in Albuquerque, Popejoy Hall is New Mexico’s premier performing arts center. It relies on donors and community support to help provide artistic and educational programs.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico—
The organization pairs at-risk children with adult role models to serve as mentors. These one-on-one relationships have a long-lasting effect on children’s confidence, grades and social skills.
Albuquerque High School—
AHS is a public high school in downtown Albuquerque that has been named among the best in the state of New Mexico by U.S. News & World Report.
Jefferson Middle School—
Jefferson Middle School, located in Albuquerque, is part of the Albuquerque Public School system. The original building was erected in 1939 and has been expanded several times.
Bandelier Elementary School—
Bandelier Elementary services approximately 600 students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade. It is part of the Albuquerque School District.
The Rotary Club of Albuquerque—
The Rotary Club of Albuquerque is the longest established service club in Albuquerque, having been chartered in 1916. The Rotary Club brings together a diverse group of established professionals who are passionate about Albuquerque and dedicated to improving the community through civic and charitable work. Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Albuquerque serve in leadership roles through the City and have been making a positive difference in the City and the State of New Mexico for more than a century.
Children's Grief Center —
The Children’s Grief Center (CGC) of New Mexico provides special support services for children, teens, young adults (ages 5-25) and their caregivers after the death of a loved one. During the school year, the CGC offers peer support groups at our main location in Albuquerque.
Grief Resource Center—
The Grief Resource Center (GRC) was created and it has served to help any and all who may be grieving for multiple reasons. These can include the death of a loved one, serious health matters, divorce, loss of one’s job, other major life transitions and more.